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(@vanhoose)
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It's a particularly slow day on my office network connection (a T1 line). I'm trying to do an upload (i.e., ZModem send) of a 10MB file and it's getting interrupted. I've tried adjusting the timeout on the Unix side to no avail. I enter the command ("lrz -bet 1000") select my file on my local drive, click on send, and the progress bar starts, but is eventually (anywhere from 40K to a meg or two into the transfer) interrupted, and the transfer box closes. I get a message in the term windows saying "lrz: [FILENAME] removed."

Like I said, the whole terminal session is pretty sluggish. It looks like a timeout function, but I don't see anywhere I can adjust it on the AbsoluteTelnet side. Or am I wrong?

I'm using AT 2.0 RC 42 on an HP OmniBook 900 running Windows 98.

Thanks!

- Todd

[size=1][ October 01, 2002, 10:21 AM: Message edited by: Brian T. Pence ][/size]


   
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(@bpence)
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And you can usually transfer large files to this host without any problems under normal conditions?


   
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(@vanhoose)
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Definitely, yes! I'd like to try the same file again today, as the network's a LOT faster, but I'm waiting on that new beta of yours... *nudge nudge* 😉

- Todd


   
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(@bpence)
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The new beta is available:

[url= http://www.celestialsoftware.net/telnet/beta_software.html ]http://www.celestialsoftware.net/telnet/beta_software.html[/url]

In your testing, please try to note if there is a long pause in the progress bar that preceeds the cancellation. Also, try running the server in verbose mode (-v) while redirecting stdout to a file. This may give you a clue why the timeout occurs. (remember, the more -v args you give, the more verbose the output)


   
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(@vanhoose)
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Well, of course I'm not able to replicate this, possibly because the network wasn't nearly as slow?

> lrz -bevvvvt 1000
 lrz 0.12.20
 
 mode:1
 lrz waiting to receive.zshhdr: ZRINIT 
 63000000zgethdr: ZRQINIT 0zshhdr: ZRINIT 
 63000000ackbibi complete
                                                 mode:0
 
 Transfer complete

   
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